Transports

Some articles on transports, transport:

Sumter Class Attack Transport - History
... three ships in the class were originally intended to be plain transports, but on 1 February 1943 they, along with numerous other transports then in service or still on the slipways, were redesignated as ... The extra work required to upgrade the ships in the class from transports to attack transports was done at either Bethlehem Steel, Maryland Drydock or ... The fourth ship in the class, the USS Baxter (APA-94), was designated an attack transport from the outset but still had to go through the same refitting process after being built, which also delayed its commission ...
Lego Battles - Gameplay
... Transports- Used to move units across water or acid, transports are useful on some maps and entirely useless on others.Bridges can be used in their place, but transports can take units from ... Used wisely, Transports can mean the difference between victory or defeat ...
Licola, Italy - Transports
... The scope of urban transport relies Cumana to rail and road transport ... Another company that manages the urban transport by bus is the CTP ...
Satkania Upazila - Transports, Industry and Others
... Traditional transport Palanquin and tangan (extinct), horse carriage and bullock cart (nearly extinct), and boat ...
Battle Of Catana (397 BC) - Opposing Forces
... of 50,000 men along with 400 triremes and 600 transports to Sicily in 397 BC ... he sailed to Lipara with 300 triremes and 300 transports ... forces split up, Mago took command of 200 triremes and 300 transports as the Punic fleet sailed to Catana ...

Famous quotes containing the word transports:

    Compare ... the cinema with theatre. Both are dramatic arts. Theatre brings actors before a public and every night during the season they re-enact the same drama. Deep in the nature of theatre is a sense of ritual. The cinema, by contrast, transports its audience individually, singly, out of the theatre towards the unknown.
    John Berger (b. 1926)